New Providence School District

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  • Mid-Term Exam Information

    NPHS MId-term exams are scheduled for January 28, 29, 30 and 31st. The times are 7:44-9:44 a.m., 10:05 a.m.-12:05 p.m., and 12:45-2:45 p.m. To view Mrs. Zirpoli's Mid-Term Letter, click here.

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  • Vision 2025

    BoE This year, the Board will once again engage in the Strategic Planning process in order to develop new long-range goals that will set forth a path in preparing our students for the future.  On behalf of the Board of Education, parents, staff, and community members are invited to attend the strategic planning sessions, which will provide an opportunity for community sharing and collaboration.  Please see a letter from Dr. Miceli HERE.

     

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  • Strategic Planning Sessions Full Calendar

    All sessions will be held in the HS/MS Media Center at 7pm. 

    The Think Tank 2.0 Video presented in September can be viewed HERE.

    Strategic Planning Dates

     

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  • Parent Wellness Series: What You Need to Know

    Parent Wellness Series The Consortium of Berkeley Heights, Chatham, Millburn, New Providence, and Summit School Districts invite you to attend the next Parent Wellness Series lecture and information session "Hidden in Plain Sight: An Initiative to Help Parents Spot Risky Behaviors in Teens" on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 7pm at Chatham High School Auditorium.  More information can be found here.

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  • Union County Teacher Recognition Program Nominations

    Board of Ed The New Providence Board of Education has the honor of selecting four teachers representing each of our schools for the Union County Teacher Recognition Program, which acknowledges educators for their commitment to their students and their profession.  

    Parents, staff and students are welcomed and encouraged to submit their nominations using the attached form HERE.

    Please return the nomination form to your school no later than January 31, 2020.

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  •  Our Schools Newsletter - Community Grants

    Our Schools The New Providence School District frequently publishes our online district newsletter to share the activities happening in our schools. CLICK HERE to view the latest newsletter.

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  • NPHS Marching Band National Champions

    Marching Band Congratulations to the NPHS Marching Band "Pride and Class" on their first place win in Group VI A at the USBands National Championships! The band also secured caption awards for Best Music, Best Color Guard, Best Visual, and Best Overall Effect.  The 140-member band is open to all students at New Providence High School and New Providence residents who attend the UCVTS Magnet School, and is led and directed by Mr. Michael Neidziejko with Assistant Director, Mr. Donald Baker.  For more information, please CLICK HERE.

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  • "Listen, Lift, Lead"

    Character Ed The New Providence School District has launched their 2019-2020 Character Education Initiative "Listen, Lift, Lead". The district-wide Character Education Kick-Off on Tuesday, October 8th, was designed to coordinate with the National Week of Respect.  

    Character Education lessons are incorporated into the curriculum in all schools in the district, and unite the students in a common theme focusing on messages of kindness, respect and empathy for others.  

    For more information, please visit the District Character Education page.

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  • Music Boosters September 2019 Newsletter
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    We would like to share the New Providence music education program highlights for this fall.  CLICK HERE for the newsletter.

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  • Demographic Study Demographic Study

    On Monday, May 20th, Dr. Richard Grip, of Statistical Forecasting LLC, presented a demographic study and report to the Board of Education.  Please click HERE to view the presentation and please click HERE for the full report.

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Welcome

  • In partnership with students, parents, and community, the mission of the New Providence School District is to educate all students to meet high academic standards and to prepare them to be responsible citizens in the dynamic global society of the 21st century.

    Offering a comprehensive Pre-K to Grade 12 educational program, the district serves a high school, middle school, and two elementary schools. Our programs of study are carefully aligned to the Core Curriculum Content Standards, with a strong emphasis on technology integration. Our co-curricular activities offer all students many opportunities to meet their needs and interests. Participation in a well-rounded curriculum is encouraged.
     
    I am proud of our students and staff for their accomplishments, and invite you to learn more about our district on our website.
     
    David M. Miceli, Ed.D.
    Superintendent of Schools
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